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yock

verb
See yack

yock

and yok (jɔk)
1. in. to laugh loudly. (see also yak.) Everybody yocked at the joke and when things calmed down, I announced the mass firings.
2. n. a loud laugh. Sue let out an enormous yock and quickly covered her mouth.
3. Go to yack.

yok

verb
See yock
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